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Bradford Durfee College of Technology 



DEDICATION 

In recognition of the unselfish giving of 
his time and energies in our behalf we the 
class of nineteen hundred and sixty four 
gratefully dedicate this yearbook to Atty. 
Francis T. Meagher. 

We want him to know that we will not 
forget his sincere endeavors to help this class 
and this college. 



Presiden t 's Message 

January 31, 1964 

You members of this class, our associates and I have the very 
challenging responsibility for the constant improvement of our 
College. This is the common duty of everyone associated with any 
college. 

The sum of the individual endeavors determines the essence of 
the whole, the character of the institution. I was deeply apprecia- 
tive of the contribution of the Class of 1964 in our joint effort 
when the Chairman of the Examining Committee said that the 
primary reason for their recommending our accreditation was the 
integrity and dedication of those associated with the College. 

It is a pleasure to contemplate that your proven capacity for 
thoughtful, mature judgment, which was so helpful here, will con- 
tribute so much to the solution of the countless social problems 
which confront us. 

I wish you every success and personal satisfaction in your various 
careers. 

William J. Holland 



THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Appointed by the Governor 

THE BRADFORD DURFEE COLLEGE 
OF TECHNOLOGY 

Supported by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
and the City of Fall River, Massachusetts 

OFFICERS 

Francis T. Meagher, Chairman 

Wilfred C. Driscoll, Vice Chairman 

William J. Holland, Clerk 

TRUSTEES 

On the part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
Dr. Owen B. Kiernan, Commissioner of Education 
On the part of the City of Fall River 

Hon. Roland G. Desmarais, Mayor 

Robert J. Nagle, Superintendent of Schools 

FOR THE TERM ENDING JUNE 30, 1962 

Manuel H. Camara, Jr., Fall River Alford Dyson, North Wesport 

George H. Cottell, Fall River Mrs. Ruth B. Merritt, Fall River 

Stephen Nawrocki, Fall River 

FOR THE TERM ENDING JUNE 30, 1963 

Octave O. Desmarais, Sr., Fall River Francis T. Meagher, Fall River 

Matthew J. Kuss, Fall River William H. Moran, Fall River 

Tobias M. Furtado, Fall River 

FOR THE TERM ENDING JUNE 30, 1964 

Edward S. Bliss, Fall River Emanusl Gittelman, Somerset 

Wilfred C. Driscoll, Fall River Charles P. Mullen, Westport 

Albert G. Pierce, Westport 
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FOREWORD 

In presenting this yearbook, it 
is our purpose to comply with the 
wishes of the Senior Class for 
both a comprehensive presenta- 
tion of their activities at Brad- 
ford Durfee College of Technol- 
ogy and for a yearbook that is 
distinctive and truly representa- 
tive of our class. 

The yearbook staff, fully real- 
izing its responsibilities, has ex- 
pertly gathered into one volume 
these descriptions, impressions, 
and pictures of Bradford Durfee 
College, its students and its ac- 
tivities. 

We hope that this yearbook 
will enable you to renew old 
friendships and relive the impor- 
tant events of your college life. 

In order that your human ex- 
periences and rich memories may 
not be lost, we present this year- 
book. 

THE EDITORS 



RAFFAELE P. AIELLO, "Ray" — "Fame, love, and 
fortune on my footsteps wait!" Major, Illustration. Fall 
River Art Assn., 1,2,3,4; Artist, Yearbook 4; Fine Arts 
Club; Deans List, 3; Track 1,2. 

JOYCE A. ARCIKOWSKI, "Joyce" — "The happy 
girl is she who knows the world and cares for it." Ma- 
jor, Visual Design. Fall River Art Assn., 1.2,3,4; Fine 
Arts Club; Technolog Staff 1; Prom Committee 4; Jr. 
Art School, Instr., 2; Kappa Sigma Phi, 1,2,3,4; Social 
Chm. 3, Recording Sec. 4; Cheerleader, 1,2,3; Girls' 
Athletic Assn. 1,2. 

PENELOPE A. ASHTON, "Pennie" — "I live to love, 
to laugh, and to learn." Major, Visual Design. Fall 
River Art Assn. 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club; Yearbook Staff 
4; Technolog Staff, 1,2; Jr. Art School Instr. 3; Prom 
Committee, 4; Kappa Sigma Phi, 1,2,3,4; Correspond- 
ing Sec, 3; Women's Athletic Assn., 1,2. 

DAVID W. BROWNELL, "Dave" — "Fun is always 
enjoyed most by those who enjoy doing it." Major, Vis- 
ual Design. Fall River Art Assn., 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 
Staff; Fine Arts Club. 




Raffaele P. Aiello 



Joyce A. Arcikowski 



Penelope A. Ashton 



David W. Brownell 



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CALVIN S. CHRUPCALA, "Cal" — "Patience is a 
plant that grows not in every garden." Major, Visual 
Design. Fall River Art Assn., 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club; 
president; Jr. Art School Instr., 4; Phi Psi, 1,2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Rep. to the Fall River Art Assn. 

PETER J. CISEK, "Pete" — "It is a friend of least, 
that has plenty of friends." Phi Psi, 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts 
Club; Fall River Art Assn., 1,2,3,4; Major, Visual De- 
sign. 

JOSEPH DiGIAMMO, "Joe" — "The opinion of the 
strongest is always the best." Major, Visual Design. Phi 
Psi, 2,3,4; Athletic Director of Phi Psi 4. 

VINCENT DUSIO, "Vin" — "Thoughts are Mightier 
than strength of hand." Major, Visual Design. Fall 
River Art Assn., 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club, 1,2,3,4; Fine 
Arts Club; Jr. Art School Instr., 3; Fencing team 1,2, 
3,4, Capt. Saber Squad, 3, Team Capt., 4, Phi Psi 




Calvin S. Chrupcala 



Peter J. Cisek 



Joseph DiGiammo 



Vincent Dusio 



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RICHARD N. ELKINGTON, "Dick" — Art is the 
path of the creator and his work." Major, Visual De- 
sign. Jr. Art School Instr. 2,3,4; Fall River Art Assn. 
1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club; Co-Editor Yearbook; Phi Psi, 

1,2,3,4. 

CLAIRE FAIRHURST, "Den Mother" — "A good 
laugh is sunshine in a house." Major. Visual Design. 
Deans List, 1,2,3; Student Council 2.3; Kappa Sigma 
Phi, 1,2,3,4, Sec. 1. 

ARTHUR FARIA, "Art" — "Enthusiasm is the in- 
spiration of everything great." Major, Visual Design. 
Fall River Art Assn. 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club. 

JAMES M. HOLCOMB, "Jim" — "I am content with 
what I have, little it be or much." Major, Visual De- 
sign. Fall River Art Assn. 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club; Var- 
sity Club, 2,3,4; Fencing, 1,2,3,4, Capt. Epee Squad, 4. 





Richard N. Elkington 



Claire Fairhurst 



Arthur Faria 



James M. Holcomb 



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BEVERLY A. ISADORE, "Bev" — "Although she is 
not talkative, her smile has lots to say." Major, Visual 
Design. Technolog, 1; Deans List, 1,2,3,4; Fall River 
Art Assn., 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club. 

MADELEINE E. LETENDRE, "Mad" — "Calmness 
is a great advantage." Major, Visual Design, Kappa 
Sigma Phi, 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Recording Sec, 3; Deans 
List, 3; Fall River Art Assn. 4; Fine Arts Club; Jr. Art 
School Instr. 2,4; Cheerleader, 1,2,3; Technolog, 1 ; 
Women's Athletic Assn. 1,2. 

BRIAN PELLETIER, "Brian" — "A place for every- 
thing, everything in its place." Major, Visual Design. 
Fall River Art Assn. 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club; Jr. Art 
School Instr. 2,4. 

STEPHEN S. ROTHSCHILD, "Steve" — "Reading 
maketh a full man." Fall River Art Assn. 4. 






Beverly A. Isadore 



Madeleine E. Letendre 



Brian Pelletier 



Stephen S. Rothschild 



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JUDITH A. SANTOS, "Judi" — "Small and wise, 
she's a terror for her size." Major, Visual Design. Fall 
River Art Assn. 1,2,3,4; Fine Arts Club; Technolog 
Staff, 1,2, Art Editor, 2; Jr. Art School Instr., 4. 

THOMAS B. TAVARES, "Tomas" — "The artist is 
a rare breed." Major, Illustration. Deans List, 3 ; Fall 
River Art Assn., 1,2.3,4; Phi Psi, 1,2,3,4; Jr. Art School 
Instr., 2; Fine Arts Club. 

DONNA M. WOODS, "Woodsie" — "No dull mo- 
ments allowed when she makes a bow." Major, Visual 
Design. Kappa Sigma Phi, 1,2,3,4, Social Committee; 
Fine Arts Club; Prom Committee, 4; Fall River Art 
Assn. 1,2,3,4; Jr. Art School Instr. 2; Technolog, 1; 
Cheerleader, 1,2,3; Women's Athletic Assn. 1,2. 




Judith A. Santos 



Thomas B. Tavares 



Donna M. Woods 



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STANDING: C. Chrupcala; J. Santos; D. Woods; J. Arcikowski; R. Aiello, P. Ashton; 
SITTING: R. Elkington, A. Faria. 



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STANDING: C. Fairhurst; D. Brownell; V. Dusio; B. Isadore; SITTING: P. Cisek; M. 
Letendre; S. Rothschild; B. Pelletier; J. Holcomb; T. Tavares. 



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Liberal Arts 



Frederick Winter; Walter J. Cass; Helen Eaton; Margaret 
A. Panos; George E. Murphy; Norman R. Kelly; Robert 
E. Flynn; Rudolph L. LaVault. 




BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 



Business Department Faculty 




William C. Wild, Head of the Department, Thomas Higginson, 
A Iphee N. Laflamme, Maniel S. Silvia. 




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DOREATHA M. AGUIAR — "Mrs. Aguiar" — "One 
of the greatest pleasures in life is conversation." Major. 
Business. 

MICHAEL T. BLACK, "Blacky" — "Quiet to those 
who don't know him — but oh! to those who do." Ma- 
jor, Business Administration. Varsity Basketball, 4. 

WALTER J. BOLCON, "Walt" — "Too high an ap- 
preciation of our talents is the chief cause why experi- 
ence preaches to us all in vain." 



AUGUST BOTELHO, "Augie" 
if a man will only wait." 



"Everything comes 




Doreatha M. Aguiar 



Michael Black 



Walter J. Bolcon 



Aueust Botelho 



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GERALD J. BOUCHER, "Pop" 
pleasure and season with mirth, 
ministration. 



— "Mix reason with 
Major Business Ad- 



JOHN F. BOYLE, "Jay" — "The prudent man looketh 
well to his going." Major Business Administration. Jun- 
ior Prom Committee, Chairman, Junior Class President, 
Student Council Treasurer, Dean's List, 4, Epsilon Phi 
Pi. 

LOUISE ANN BROOKS, "Brooksie" — "It's nice to 
be natural when you're naturally nice." Major Business 
Administration. Kappa Sigma Phi 2,3,4. Vice-President- 
Treasurer, 3 Glee Club, 2, Cheerleader, 1. 

PAUL H. BURKETT, "Paul" — "Men of few words 
are the best men." Major Business Administration. Ep- 
silon Phi Pi. 




Gerald J. Boucher 



John F. Boyle 



Louise Brooks 



Paul H. Burkett 



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WILLIAM M. . CAINE, "Bill" — "He holds his 
thoughts in sight, thou gay they run and leap." Major 
Business Administration. Phi Psi, Junior Prom Com- 
mittee, Deans List 1,2,3,4. Vice-President of Junior 

Class. 

WILLIAM G. CAMARA, "Bill" — "I would rather 
appreciate things I cannot have than to have things I 
am not able to appreciate." Major Business Administra- 
tion. Newman Club 2, Basketball 2. Soccer 2, Varsity 
Club 2,3,4, Yearbook Staff 4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Co-Cap- 
tain 3,4. Asst. Coach 3,4. 

WILLIAM CLITHERO, "Bill" — "A hole in one is 
worth a thousand tears." Major Business Administra- 
tion. Phi Psi, Varsity Club 2,3,4 Secretary 4, Intra- 
mural Basketball 1,2,3,4 Captain 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, 
3,4 Co-Capt. 4, Baseball 2, Soccer 4: Golf 1.2.3.4; Bowl- 
ing 3,4; Dean's List 2. 

JOSEPH CORREIA, "Joe Blue" — "To those who 
know me not, no word can paint." 




William M. Caine 



William G. Camara 



William Clithero 



Joseph Correia 



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FRANCIS DONOVAN, "Frenchie" — "A man he 
seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows." 
Major Business Administration. Phi Psi. 

RONALD E. FRIAR, "Ron" — "An easy-minded soul 
and always was." Major Business Administration. 

JUDITH HASSOUN, "Judy" — "Always happy, 
never sad, sometimes naughty, never bad." Major Busi- 
ness Administration. Kappa Sigma Phi 2,3,4, Cheer- 
leader 2,3, Glee Club 2. 

HENRY J. HODGSON, "Hank" — "Some that smile 
have in their hearts, I fear, millions of mischief." Major 
Business Administration. 




Francis Donovan 



Ronald E. Friar 



Judith Hassoun 



Henry J. Hodgson 



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CORNELIUS V. LEAHEY, JR., "Neil" — "Work may 
not be fun, but it must be done." Major Business Ad- 
ministration. Phi Psi 

OSCAR LEVESQUE, "Buzz" — "His thoughts and 
smile are secretive and daring." Major Business Admin- 
istration. Circle K Club, Dean's List 2,3,4, Secretary of 
Circle K, 3. 

BARRY J. McDONALD, "Barry" — "Do what you 
think is right and you can't do any better." Major Busi- 
ness Administration. Dean's List 2,3,4, Varsity Club 
1,2,3,4, Prom Committee 3, Baseball, Soccer. 

THOMAS C. MAIATO, "Tom" — "The deepness of 
your voice may reveal the deepness of your heart." Ma- 
jor Business Administration. Circle K Club, Secretary, 
4, President 3, Library Aid. 




Cornelius V. Leahey, Jr. 



Oscar Levesque 



Barry J. McDonald 



Thomas C. Maiato 



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JOHN MATTOS, "John" — "Many friendships are 
made by souls." Major Business Administration. 

DANIEL C. MEDEIROS, "Dan" — "The wild, the 
free, and the happy one." Major Business Administra- 
tion. Phi Psi 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Glee Club 2, Pep Band 
3,4, Newman Club 2,3. 

RAYMOND MEDEIROS, "Ray" — "Wisdom is hum- 
ble that he knows no more." Major Business Adminis- 
tration. Phi Psi Vice-President 4. 

ROBERT T. MERCER, "Bob" — "A persons goal in 
life is brought about by determination." Major Busi- 
ness Administration. Phi Psi. 




John Mattos 



Daniel C. Medeiros 



Raymond Medeiros 



Robert T. Mercer 



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DONALD J. MICHAUD, "Don" — "The hand that 
follows intellect can achieve." Major Business Adminis- 
tration. Epsilon Phi Pi, Prom Committee, 4, Yearbook 
Staff, Co-Editor, 4. 

WALTER J. MIKOLAZYK, "Walt" — "Life is too 
short to worry." Major Business Administration. Phi 
Psi 1,2,3,4, Circle K 1,2,3,4, Yearbook Staff 4, Bowling 
2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4. 

DANIEL O'CONNELL, "Dan" — "The wild, the free, 
and the happy one." Major Business Administration. 
Epsilon Phi Pi. 

JOHN A. OWEN, "Jack" — "Life is a joke thars just 
begun." Major Business Administration. Phi Psi, Var- 
sity Club, Intramural Basketball 1.2,4. Treasurer 2, 
Vice-President 4, President 4, Soccer 2,3,4, Baseball 1, 
Soccer Team Captain, 4. 




Donald J. Michaud 



Walter Mikolazyk 



Daniel O'Connell 



John Owen 



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RICHARD D. PARKER, "Rich" — "The world was 
sad; the hermit sighed — till woman smiled." Major 
Business Administration. Phi Psi 1,2,3,4 Senior Warden, 
4 Circle K Club, Intramural Basketball, Intra-fraternity 
Basketball and Football. 



REGINALD M. PELAGIO 

my life; both grow in one 



tration. Phi Psi, 



'Reg" — "Mine honor is 
Major Business Adminis- 
1,2,3,4 Circle K Club. 



JOHN P. PEREIRA, JR., "Duke" — "Talk to him of 
Jacob's Ladder and he would ask the number of steps." 
Major Business Administration. Phi Psi 1,2,3,4 Treas- 
urer 3,4. Soccer 2,3,4. 

JOHN N. PETERS, "John" — "The most completely 
lost of all days is that on which one has not laughed." 
Major Business Administration. Phi Psi 1,2,3,4, Circle 
K Club, Board of Directors, 2, Technolog 2. 




Richard Parker 



Reginald M. Pelagio 



John P. Pereira, Jr. 



John N. Peters 



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STANLEY A. PIETRUSKA, JR., "Stan" 
done, so much to do." 



"So little 



JOHN B. PORTLOCK. "John"' — "A man's task is al- 
ways light if his heart is light." Major Business Admin- 
istration. Phi Psi 1,2,3,4, Junior Warden, 4, Technolog 
2,3. Soccer Team 1,2,3,4 Circle K Club 2.3. 

PETER A. SARANTAKIS, JR., "Pete" — "My 
thoughts are my own!" Major Business Administration. 

MARK N. SHORROCK, "Mark" — "A good nature 
is the key that fits many locks." Major Business Ad- 
ministration. 




Stanley A. Pietruska, Jr. 



John B. Portlock 



Peter A. Sarantakis. Jr. 



Mark N. Shorrock 



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PHILIP M. SOWA, JR., "Phil" — "Life would be 
intolerable if it were not for its pleasures." Major Busi- 
ness Administration. Phi Psi, Bowling Team 3,4, Circle 
K 2, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4 Prom Committee 4. 

RICHARD E. SZARO, "Richie" — "A comrade blithe 
and full of glee, who dares to laugh out loud and free." 
Major Business Administration. Phi Psi, Circle K Club 
Secretary, 3, Varsity Club, Vice-President 4, Yearbook 
Staff 4, Class Secretary 1,2, Basketball 2,3,4, Track 3, 
Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4. 

RAYMOND S. THOMPSON, JR., "Bud" — "True 
ambition there resides." Phi Psi 1,2.3,4 Chapter Editor 
and Publicity Director, Circle K Club, Bowling Team, 
Tennis Team, Soccer Team. 

KEVIN M. TRAVIS, "Kev" — "It's hard to be serious 
when the world is so much fun." Major Business Ad- 
ministration. Phi Psi 2,3,4 President 4, Prom Commit- 
tee 4, Dean's List 1,2,3,4, Class treasurer 3, Varsity bas- 
ketball 1. 





Philip M. Sowa, Jr. 



Richard E. Szaro 



Raymond S. Thompson, Jr. 



Kevin M. Travis 



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NORMAND YOKELL, "Norm" — "You'd never guess 
what lies beneath." Major Business Administration. Ep- 
silon Phi Pi 1,2,3,4. 

DAVID J. MATTHEWS. "Dave" — "A little nonsense 
now and then is relished by the best of men." Major Busi- 
ness Administration. Phi Psi 1.2,3,4 Secretary 4. Chap- 
ter Editor 3, Prom Committee 4, Circle K Club, Year- 
book Staff 4, Technolog, Editor-in-Chief 2.3. 





Normand Yokell 



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FRONT ROW: R. Mercer; R. Parker; W. Mikolazyk; P. Sowa; G. Boucher; W. Camara; 
BACK ROW: M. Shorrock; J. Owen; W. Clithero, J. Pereira; J. Correia; H. Hodgson; T. 
Maiato. 



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FRONT ROW: M. Black; P. Sarantakis; J. Peters; W. Bolcon; 
O. Levesque; BACK ROW: F. Donovan; D. O'Connell; G. Shoe- 



smith; D. Michaud; C. Leahey; R. Pelagio; P. Burkett; R. 
Thompson; A. Botalho. 



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Friends at Tech 





STANDING: Gladis Hunter; Ann Perron; Ella Lifraik; 
Ethel Cullen; SITTING: Elaine Anderson; Rita Morotti. 




Angie Amorantes 



Grace Driscoll 



8j£Jj| o« 





Henry Champagne; Richard Parkinson; Raymond Rosario; 
Raiph Bigelow; John Cabral. 



Leo Couture; Roland Brodeur. 



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CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT 



Chemistry Department Faculty 



Walter E. Conrad, Head of the Department, Chang Ning Wo, 
Walter E. Marston, Carl E. Medde, Claude W. Wagner. 




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DENNIS SABOURINE, "Denny"— "Men marry to 
make an end ; women to make a beginning.'' Epsilon 
Phi Pi, 2,3,4; Chem. Club 2,3,4; Newman Club 2,3; Stu- 
dent Instr. 2,3,4; Student Council 3.4; Dean's List 3: 
Pres. A.A.T.C.C. 3,4; Vice-Pres. Student Council 4; 
Vice Chancellor Epsilon 2 ; Executive Committee Epsi- 
lon 2,3. 

WILLIAM HENRY THOMAS, "Bill"— "The secret of 
happiness is curiosity." Major, Chemistry. Phi Psi 1,2,3, 
4; Chem. Club 2,3,4; Vice-Pres. Chem. 3, Pres. 4: 
A.C.S.S.A., 4; Deans List 2,3. 

ARMAND T. DiCORPO Jr., "TED" Major, Chemis- 
try. Chem Club 1,2,3,4; Newman Club 4; Lab Asst. 4: 
Intermural Basketball 1 ; Baseball 1.2. 




Dennis Sabourin 



William Thomas 



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D. Sabourin; A. DiCorpo; W. Thomas. 



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ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 



Engineering Department Faculty 



Frank H Dillon, Head of the Department, Alan L. Campbell, 
Roger J. Canuel, Lester W. Cory, Bertram B. Hardy, Albert A. 
Stewart, Eugene R. Williams. 




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GORDON E. BROWN,"Gordon"— "In quietness and 
confidence shall be your strength." Major, Civil En- 
gineering. Eng. Soc. 3,4. 

DONALD A. LAVOIE, "Don"— "The best way out is 
alway through." Major, Civil Eng. Epsilon Phi Pi: 
Eng. Soc. 2,3,4; Student Council 4. 

KENNETH AGUIAR, "Ken"— "Every generation needs 
regeneration." Major, Elec. Eng. I.E.E.E. : Radio Club 
4; Sec. I.E.E.E. 

JON DOUGLAS BAILEY, "Doug, Beetle"— "A danger 
Foreseen is half avoided." Major, Elec. Eng. Baseball 1. 
2,3;Co-Capt., 3; I.E.E.E. 




Gordon E. Brown 



Donald A. Lavoie 



Kenneth Aguiar 



Jon W. Bailey 



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PAUL J. CABRAL, "Paul"— "I never think of the fu- 
ture, it comes,, soon enough." Major Electrical Engi- 
neering. Epsilon Phi Pi, IEEE 2,3,4, Radio Club 4, 
Golf. 

THOMAS J. CURRY, "Tom"— "I find the great thing 
in this world is not so much where we stand as in what 
direction we are moving." Major Electrical Engineer- 
ing. Newman Club, President 4, IEEE, Student Chair- 
man, Basketball, Intramural Basketball. 

JOSEPH L. HOUDE, "Joe"— "It is never too late to be 
what you might have been." Major Electrical Engineer- 
ing. Epsilon Phi Pi, IEEE, Radio Club, Talker Staff, 
Varsity Club, Baseball 2,3,4, Soccer 3,4, Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3. 

STANTON E. PECKHAM, JR., "Stan"— "He who 
exalts himself does not rise high." Major Electrical En- 
gineering. IEEE 2,3,4, Radio Club 4, Class Treas- 
urer 1, Golf Team 1,2,3. 




Paul J. Cabral 



Thomas J. Curry 



Joseph L. Houde 



Stanton E. Peckham Jr. 



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JOHN M. PLOURDE, "John." Major, Electrical En- 
gineering. Epsilon Phi Pi; I.E.E.E.; Radio Club. 

GERALD M. SANTOS, "Jerry." Major, Electrical En- 
gineering. Phi Mu Delta; I.E.E.E. 2,3,4; Radio Club 4, 
Vice-Chairman 4. 

LOUIS E. TARTAGL Jr. "Lou." Major, Electrical 
Engineering. I.E.E.E.; VicePres. of Senior Class. 

JOHN TRAVERS, "John." Major, Electrical Engi- 
neering. I.E.E.E.; Radio Club; Epsilon Phi Psi; Talker 
Staff; Epsilon House Committee. 




John M. Plourde 



Gerald M. Santos 



Louis E. Tartaglia Jr. 



John F. Travers 



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PHILIPPE A. VIOLETTE, "Phil"— Electrical Engi- 
neer Epsilon Phi Pi; Varsity Club; IEEE; Radio Club; 
Baseball 2,3,4; Soccer 3; Intramural Basketball 2,3. 

WILLIAM W. L. CHEN, "Bill"— Mechanical Engi- 
neer. IEEE 1962-1963; Eng. Soc. 63-64; ASTM 64; 
Soccer Team 62-63. 

JOHN SANTO CRISTO, "Johnny." Major, Mechani- 
cal Engineering. I.E.E.E.; A.S.T.M. 

WILLIAM CURTIS, "Bill." Phi Psi; Eng. Soc. 3,4; 
A.S.T.M. 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Prom Committee; Bas- 
ketball 1; Intermural Basketball 1,2,4. 





Philippe A. Violette 



William W. L. Chen 



John S. Christo 



William J. Curtis 



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JOHN RICHARD GOLDEN, "John." Major, Mechan- 
ical Engineering, Epsilon Phi Pi; Eng. Soc. 2,3.4: 
A.S.T.M. 4; I.E.E.E. 3,4: Treas. Eng. Soc. 3,4. 

JOSEPH H. LIMA, "Joe." Major, Mechanical Engi- 
neering. Epsilon Phi Pi: Deans List 4: A.S.T.M. 4; 
I.E.E.E. 2; Yearbook Staff; Prom Committee 4: Exe- 
cutive Committee of Epsilon. 

PHILIP S. MEDEIROS. "Phil"— "He'll always find a 
way." Major, Mechanical Engineering. Circle K 2.3.4: 
Eng. Soc. 2,3; Class President 4. 

MICHAEL R. RVERSON. "Mike." Major. Mechani- 
cal Engineering. Phi Psi: A.S.T.M. 4: Eng. Soc. 1.2.3.4: 
Athletic Director of Phi Psi : Senior Advisor of Eng. 
Soc, Intermural Sports: Intra-Fraternity Sports. 




John R. Golden Jr. 



Joseph H. Lima 



Philip S. Medeiros 



Michael Ryerson 



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VICTOR SPIROFF, "Vic." Major, Mechanical Engi- 
neering. Circle K; Varsity Club; Engineering Soc. ; 
I.E.E.E.; Basketball Intermural 1,2,3,4; Varsity 1,2. 

JAMES H. SWIST, "Jim" Major, Mechanical Engi- 
neering. Phi Psi, 60-64; Eng Soc. 60-64; I.E.E.E. 62- 
63; Yearbook Staff 64; A.S.T.M. 64; Eng. Soc. Sec 
60-62; Eng. Soc. Vice-Pres. 63-64. 

BRUCE W. BABBITT 

JOHN R. COSTA 

REGINALD T. NARCISO 

RICHARD L. MILES 

ERNEST OLIVEIRA 

WILLIAM PURDY 

GILBERT RAPOSO 

ROBERT A. WELCOME 

LEONARD WOOD 




Victor Spiroff 



James H. Swist 



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G. Brown: D. Lavoie. 




Left to right: J. Travers; L. Tartaglia; J. Bailey; E. Oliveira; J. Houde: P. Violette; P. 
Cabral; T. Curry; S. Peckham; G. Santos; K. Aguiar; J. Plourde; L. Wood; G. Raposo. 



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Left to right: J. Christo; J. Golden; P. Medeiros; J. Swist; R. Narciso; V. Spiroff; M. Ryer- 
son; J. Lima; J. Costa; W. Chen; W. Curtis. 



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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 



Mathematics Department Faculty 




Samuel A. Stone (on leave), Head of the Department, Robert 
Bento, Paul J. Parente, Donald S. Presel, Louis S. J. Simeone, 
Manuel Sousa. 




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RONALD A. HOUSE, "Housey" — "Great minds have 

purposes, others have wishes." Major, Mathematics. Ep- 
silon Phi Pi, 1,2,3,4; Math Club 2,4; Geology Club 4; 
Intermural Basketball 2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Varsity 
Club 4; Sec. Treasurer, Math Club 3; Pledgemaster Ep- 
silon, 4; Soccer Team 4. 

RONALD W. HOY, "Ron"— "The only way to get the 
best of an argument is to avoid it." Major, Mathe- 
matics. Epsilon Phi Pi; Math Club. 

JOSEPH C. LALIBERTE, "Joe"— "Well-timed silence 
hath more eloquence than speech." Major, Mathemat- 
ics. Phi Psi 1,2,3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3, 
4; Pres. of Class 1,2; Vice-Pres. Math Club 4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4. 

VERONICA T. McCONNELL, "Ronnie"— "Practice 

is the best of all instructors." Major, Mathematics. New- 
man Club; Math Club. 




Ronald A. House 



Ronald W. Hoy 



Joseph C. Laliberte 



Veronica T. McConnell 



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PETER J. O'HARA, "Pete"— "No one can walk back- 
wards into the future." Major, Mathematics. Epsilon 
Phi Pi; Math Club 1,2,3,4; Intermural Basketball 1,2,3, 
4; Pledge Committee 4; Varsity Club 4; Sec. Treasurer 
of Math Club 4; Soccer 4; Baseball 4. 

RAYMOND GOMES, "Ray." Major, Mathematics. Ep- 
silon Phi Pi 1,2,3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; Newman Club 
4, Intermural Basketball 1,2,3; Pres. Math Club 3; 
Pres. Student Council 4; Epsilon pledgemaster. 




Peter J. O'Hara. 



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R. Gomes; P. O'Hara; R. House; R. Hoy. 



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Medical Technology 



PATRICIA C. TOKARZ, "Pat" Kappa Sigma Phi 1,2, 
3,4; Finished fourth year at the Truesdale Hospital. 




Patricia C. Tokarz 



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TEXTILE DEPARTMENT 



Textile Department Faculty 




John G. Stickler, Head of the Department; Everett S. Arnold; 
Robert E. Cooper; Dennis E. Cummings; Alfred Higgins; Alfred 
I. McNally. 




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WILLIAM F. FITZGERALD, "Bill"— "Men's conver- 
sations are like their lives." Major. Textile technol- 
ogy. Circle K Club 2 yrs; Photographer Technology 
3 yrs.; Varsity Club, 2 yrs.; Yearbook Staff: A.A.T.T. : 
Treasurer Senior Class; Tennis Team 3 yrs. 

KENNETH D. LANGLEY, "Ken"— "Thy modesty is 
a candle to thy merit." Major, Textile Technology. Phi 
Psi 1,2,3,4; Geology Club 2.3.4: Pres. 4, Tres. 3: 
A.A.T.C.C. 2,3,4, Vice-Pres., Sec. 3; Student Council 3. 

DONALD C. MEDEIROS, "Don"— "What is done 
hastily cannot be done prudently." Major, Textile Tech- 
nology. Phi Psi; A.A.T.T.; Yearbook Staff: Pep Band: 
Golf Team 1,2. 

RICHARD H. PIERCE. "Dick. Rich'— "Patience and 
gentleness is power." Major, Textile Technology. Phi 
Psi 2,3,4; A.A.T.T.: A.A.T.C.C; Pep Band: Geology 
Club; Fencing; Sec. & Treas. of Geology. 




r 




William F. Fitzgerald 



Kenneth D. Langley 



Donald C. Medeiros 



Richard H. Pierce 



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MICHAEL J. SIMMONS, "Mike"— "Man is immortal 
till his work is done." Major, Textile Technology. Phi 
Psi; A.A.T.T. 





Michael J. Simmons 



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M. Simmons; R. Pierce; W. Fitzgerald; K. Langley; D. Medeiros. 



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CLASS HISTORY 

1960-1961 

As each of us donned our freshman beanies and entered 
the doors of Durfee College, a new way of life appeared 
before us. It was not one easily come by nor would it be 
easily mastered. 

We were welcomed by George Attar, president of the 
Student Council, and honored at a "Get acquainted 
dance." 

Six of the freshmen girls' were chosen for the cheering 
squad. 

The student council provided many opportunities during 
the holidays for us to get a good glimpse of the social life 
at college. 

February brought the election of class officers and we 
chose Joe Laliberte, president; Donald Lavoie, vice-presi- 
dent; Dick Szaro, secretary; and Stan Peckham, treasurer. 

During March our interests turned toward the frater- 
nities and sororities at college. This was our chance to . . . 

1961-1962 

Having mastered the art of cramming for final exams, 
we enter our sophomore year with our aims held high. 

Many changes were brought to our lives at Durfee Col- 
lege this year. 

Epsilon Phi Pi introduced its REEB. 

The Circle K was formed. 

ACCREDITATION! The word cannot be shouted too 
loudly. A whole new being has taken a grip on the school 
with progress, promise, and dedication being an integral 
part of its purpose. Being accredited by the New England 
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, we are now 
officially the Bradford Durfee College of Technology. Every- 
one continues striving for the improvement of our facilities 
and the establishment of important and necessary program- 
ming to insure the continuance of our newly acquired 
standing. This is a great step forward for the student, for 
it opens many doors, that were closed until now. 



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1962-1963 

After a trying but successful sophomore year we are now 
juniors. The following were elected class officers for the 
year; John Boyle, president; Willian Caine, vice-presi- 
dent; Doreatha Aguiar, secretary; Kevin Travis, treasurer. 

PHI PSI opens the college social calendar with the an- 
nouncement of the forthcoming marriage of their mascot 
Chug to the beautiful Jugs. 

December brought a new college lecture series, a trip to 
New Hampshire for the Geology Club, and a new frat 
house for Epsilon Phi Pi. 

A Bacchanalian Fiesta was held by the junior class at the 
Bluffs in Swansea. It was a tremendous success and helped 
defer the costs of our junior prom. 

The big event of the year was our Junior Prom held on 
Friday, May 10. Festivities began with a cocktail hour at 
the Belmont Club in Fall River. The program then turned 
to dining and dancing at the Cliff Walk Manner in New- 
port, R. I. A final blast was given at the summer home of 
Barry McDonald in Island Park which wound up the fes- 
tivities of the day. 

1963-1964 



If it is true that "He who has tilled the summer soil shall 
reap the rice of fall," let it be said of every member of our 
class. For only through hard work, strong determination, 
and sacrifice could we have reached this point in life. 

We look forward to an exciting fruitful year with the 
election of the following class officers; Phil Medeiros, presi- 
dent; Louis Tartaglia, vice-president; Doreatha Aguiar, 
secretary ; and Bill Fitzgerald, treasurer. 

The Cotillion room in Taunton provided Kappa Sigma 
Phi with a setting for their first big dance. Congratulations 
are in order for Kappa who will be bidding for more soror- 
ity members than ever before. 

As seniors our first big dance of the year was bela at 
Stone Bridge Inn, and proved a tremendous financial and 
social success. 

With the approaching city elections it was our privilege 
to hear Mayor John Arruda and Mayor elect Roland G. 
Desmarias speak on their campaign and city political issues. 

Grief struck us as well as the rest of the world with the 
death of our beloved and dedicated president John F. 
Kennedy. He will always live in the hearts and minds of 
free people, as a great leader of a free nation. 



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Student Council 




SITTING: C. Kalil; C. Fairhurst; STANDING: N. Sasseville, advisor; P. Medeiros; W. 
Petris; D. Lavoie; R. Gomes, Pres. ; R. Boruch; U. Gehrke; D. Sabourin; G. Drewniak. 



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Senior Class Officers 




P. Medeiros, Pres. ; L. Tartaglia; D. Aguiar; W. Fitzgerald. 



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Yearbook Staff 




Left to right: J. Arckowski; J. Swist; R. Elkington, Co-editor; B. Pelletier; W. Camara; D. 
Michaud, Co-editor; J. Lima; P. Ashton; W. Mikolazyk; D. Matthews. 



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Talker Staff 










STANDING: R. Lyons; J. Travers; L. Babin, E. Castro; KNEELING: B. Whitehead: J. 
Houde. 



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Techno log Staff 




FIRST ROW, top to bottom: B. Lyons, C. Richard; R. Roderiques; D. Krudxs; J. Barn- 
well; P. Levesque; B. DuPont; J. Gazarro; A. Ruddick; SECOND ROW: W. Fitzgerald; D. 
Velozo; G. Peckham; B. Chouinard; S. Chafitz, B. Silva; R. Jasmin; H. Thiboutot; L. 
Bernier. 



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Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 







G. Mellow; J. Arcikowski; V. Fonseca; C. Costa: K. Rogers: D. Woods: D. Bradbury: L. 
Brooks; C. Kalil; K. Keating; SITTING: P. Gamache. A. Gateriwitz: Pres. M. Letendre. 



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Phi Psi Fraternity 




FRONT ROW: W. Perry; M. Shorrock; C. Medde, advisor; K. Travis, Pres.; J. Portlock; 
BACK ROW: W. Thomas; M. Russo; J. Pereira; W. Rodriques; B. Ross; C. Richards. 



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FRONT ROW: K. Langley; R. Peirce; D. Mederios; Prof. R. E. Cooper, advisor: W. Bol- 
con; BACK ROW: U. Gehrke; N. Stone: W. Curtis: S. Chafitz, M. Ryerson: V. Spiroff: 
W. Mikolazyk. 



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Epsilon Phi Pi Fraternity 




FRONT ROW: D. Sabourin; J. Travers; R. House; BACK ROW: R. Hoy; P. O'Hara; R. 

Gomes; T. Curry; D. Lavoie; J. Houde; P. Violette. 



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FRONT ROW: J. Soares; R. Bouchard; B. Lyons: L. Gold; BACK ROW: B. Whitehead: 
R. Deveau ; R. St. Michel ; A. Demary ; M. Kieron : L. Soares ; M. Plonka : D. Menard : 
Prof. Williams, advisor. 



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American Association 
of Textile Chemists and Colorists 




FRONT ROW: N. Stone; R. Peirce; S. Chafitz; BACK ROW: U. Gehrke; R. Desrosier; 
Mr. Medde, advisor; D. Saburin; K. Langley; G. Peckham; G. Pelagic 



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American Chemical Society 




KNEELING: A. Dunnigan; H. Guay; J. Solin; SECOND ROW: E. Chanplain: D. Saburin: D. Portlock: D. England: R. Lasonde: 

S. Grandfield; M. MaCallum; R. Lima; P. Gulter; S. Hargreaves; R. Boruch; R. St. Amand: E. AlLx, A. DiCorpo: W. Thomas. 
G. O'Connell; Prof. Wagner, advisor; J. Davis; BACK ROW: 



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American Institute 
of Electrical Engineers 




FIRST ROW: L. Tartaglia; L. Wood; S. Farias, B. Silva; SEC- Aguiar; G. Raposo; BACK ROW: G. Santos; E. Cote; T. Curry; 

OND ROW: J. Travers; E. Oliveira; J. Houde, P. Cabral; K. D. Menard; P. Violette; B. Whitehead; S. Peckham. 



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Circle K 




KNEELING: O. Levesque; R. Szaro; STANDING: W. Mikolazyk; B. Costa; B. Fitzgerald: 
P. Medeiros. 



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Engineering Society 





J. Christo; R. Fiero; D. Lavoie; M. Ryerson; V. Spiroff; J. Costa; R. Narciso; J. Swist; J. 
Golden. 



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Biology Club 




FRONT ROW: J. King; D. Farrah; R. Nelson: S. Hargreaves: G. O'Connell: BACK ROD": 
R. House; S. Falconer; J. Rolph; J. Davis; J. Emond: P. Forcier; G. Mello. 



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Mathematics Club 




FIRST ROW: W. Lyons; W. Greene; R. St. Michel; F. Tren- visor; L. Simeone, advisor; V. McConnell; R. Gomes; R. House; 

holme, Pres. ; H. Kourkoulos; SECOND ROW: D. Presel, ad- P. Parente; M. Sousa, advisor. 



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Varsity Club 




KNEELING: W. Green; B. Camara; J. Houde; D. Bailey; R. BACK ROW: B. Fitzgerald; P. Violette; M. Wills; G. Shorsmith; 

Szaro; B. Thompson; FIRST ROW: R. Young; K. Barton; P. B. Clithero; J. Donnelly; R. Devault; B. McDonald. 

Cantin ; J. Curtis ; J. Owen, Pres. ; R. Friar, L. Lachavesque ; 



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Cheerleaders 




FRONT ROW: K. Costa; C. Kalil, Capt.: T. Couto; BACK ROW: C. Rogers: J. Gazzaro: 
G. Mello; P. Gamache. 



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Basketball 



J. Donnelly; A. Demarey; G. Drewniak; R. Szaro; R. Deveau; 
M. Bashara. 




FRONT ROW: W. Curtis; W. Mikolazyk; R. Szaro; J. Owen; BACK: W. Clithero; V. 
Spiroff; J. Laliberte. 



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Soccer 




FRONT ROW: P. Kanton; J. Houde; J. Owens: B. Thompson; BACK: G. Shoesmith: 
R. Deveau; B. Clithero; J. Donnelly. 



Fencing 




§ % % % 





J. Rundell; M. Teves; L. Gold; K. Reback; V. Dusio, Capt: J. Holcomb; R. Pierce; B. 
Whitehead; R. Boruch; Coach Prof. Williams. 



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Bowling 



A. Dunigon; W. Bolcon; R. Thompson: P. Sowa: W. Mikolazyk: D. Klimka. 



Baseball 




W. Camara; P. Violette; J. Houde; J. Bailey; B. McDonald. 



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Track 



Tennis 




R. Szaro: W. St. Onge : J. Donnelly: G. Peckham. 




W. Green: W. Fitzgerald. 



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BASEBALL 

The Durfee College baseballers enjoyed a mediocre 4 — 8 
season in 1963, but things look bright for the engineers in 
the upcoming 1964 diamond season. 

Only four men were lost through graduation last year 
and Coach Jack Furtado will have ten lettermen returning 
to the fold in 1964. Veterans returning for their last year 
of competition will be Co-Capts. Doug Bailey and Bill Ca- 
mara, pitchers; Phil Violette, infielder; and Joe Houde 
and John McDonald, outfielders. 

Quite a few of last years outstanding area high school 
baseballers are enrolled as freshmen at Durfee College this 
year, and will be able to compete due to the new athletic 
rule allowing freshmen to participate in varsity sports. 
Coach Jack Owen hopes that at least a few of these ex- 
high schoolers will be able to measure up to the higher 
caliber of college ball played in the Southern New England 
Conference. 

All in all it looks like a fine season coming up for the 
engineers. For our fellow seniors playing in their last sea- 
son, good luck and our hopes for a S.N.E.C. championship. 

SOCCER 

The Durfee College Soccer team, plagued by injuries 
throughout the year, finished the 1963 campaign with a 
2 — 9 record. Although statistically this record is anything 
but impressive, spirit wise, the Engineers record was per- 
fect. 

Led by Capt. Jack Owen the Engineers gave a good ac- 
count of themselves in every game. Many of the losses were 
only by one or two goals, and many were lost in the clos- 
ing minutes of the game. 

Seniors playing in their last game for the Engineers were 
Capt. Jack Owen, Bill Clithero, Joe Houde, Phil Violette, 
Ronnie Friar, Bud Thompson, and Glenn Shoesmith. 
To these seniors and to the rest of the ball club we extend 
our congratulations for their following of the old adage, 
"It's not if you win or lose, but how you play the game." 



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Always open 

At Whitin, the doors are always open for new ideas and to new people. The suc- 
cess of any organization is directly proportional to its willingness to base its growth on the 
thinking of dynamic, creative, forward-looking people — people with the special knowl- 
edge and abilities to translate new ideas into practical plans and programs. Whitin has 
welcomed many. Each has made significant contributions to the improvement of Whitin 
products and services. 

From this "open door policy" Whitin expects to provide additional benefits for its 
customers — "extra" values to make their mill operations more profitable. 






THE BEST WAY TO BETTER YARNS 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 



from the 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



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Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1964 

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Congratulations to the Class of 1964 


from 


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Congratulations to the 



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Compliments of the 



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FURTADO BROS. CONTRACTORS 



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SMITH OFFICE EQUIPMENT 



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COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



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Compliments of a 

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Good Luck Graduates 
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Special 

TEXTILE DICTIONARY 

for BEST RESULTS 
in Textile Processing 



Castrolltc* (kas^tro. lite) 
A highly sulphonated castor oil made by an 
improved process of manufacture A stable 
penetrant for dyeing or kier boiling. Used ex- 
tensively in finishing. 

D 

Discolite* (dTs^ko.lTte) 

Concentrated sodium sulphoxylate formaldehyde 
available in lump, pea. rice or powder form. 
A powerful reducing agent, stable at high tem- 
peratures. Widely used In effect reduction and 
solution of vat colors, and for discharge effects 
when applied to colored grounds. Effective when 
mixed with vat colors and discharge pastes 
wherever the reducing agent must retain its 
reducing power after being dried into the fabric. 



Dispersal I (d is • pur^ sal) 

A long chain ethylene oxide condensate in the 

form of a colorless, neutral, somewhat viscous 

liquid. Fully resistant to hard water, and miscible 

with water in all proportions. A retardant and 

leveling assistant in^vat dyeing. 

Used widely as a dispersing agent in dyeing 

synthetic fibers with disperse colors and for fast 

color salts and bases in Napthol dyeing and 

printing. 

Effective in stripping to prevent redeposition of 

the color on stripped goods. 

N 

Neowet ( n e"/ o . wet) 

Complex Pnlyethelenc Ether in the form of a pale 

yellow, slightly viscous liquid. 

A non-ionic surface active wetting agent, effective 

at all temperatures. Completely compatible with 

enzymatic desizing agents and readily soluble in 

water. Contains 33 ' ,' ; active ingredients. Widely 

used in scouring all types of textile fabrics and for 

general welting purposes. 



Neowet X { n e^ o • w e t ) 

Organic Ether Sulphonate in the form of a water 
white slightly viscous liquid. 

An anionic surface active wetting agent, effective 
at all temperatures. Does not affect enzyme 
activity in desizing. Compatible with hydrogen 
peroxide and resin finishes. High detergent value. 
Contains 20 r [. active ingredients. 



Neozymes' ( n ■■ '. o • z i m s ) 

Desizing agents made up of amylolytic. proteolytic 
and fat splitting enzymes available in thr form of 
crystalline powder or liquid concentrate for high 
or low temperature requirements. 
Neozymes quickly remove all trace of starch glue 
or gelatin sizing without danger of damage to 
even the most delicate fabrics. For best results, 
use with NEOWET to speed saturation. 



Parolite* ( p a r' o . 1 i t e ) 

Zinc sulphoxylate formaldehyde in the form of 
white crystalline powder. A highly concentrated 
stripping agent for all forms of wool and modern 
synthetics. 

Completely soluhle in water. Leaves stripped 
goods soft, completely free of zinc dust and in 
most receptive condition for further processing. 
Often completely strips goods where other ■strip- 
ping agents fail. Very effective in discharge print- 
ing on acetate rayon. 



Vatrolite" (vat^ro-lite) 

Concentrated sodium hydmsulphiie in the form 

of white crystalline powder. A powerful reducing 

agent for vat colors, ideal for dry feeding because 

of its free flowing, dustless character. Completely 

soluble in water. 

Effective stripping agent for direct, sulphur and 

vat colors on cellulosic fabrics. 

Quickly removes rust stains from cotton goods. 

May be stored indefinitely. 

Available with optical whites and in buffered 

formulas for high temperature use without 

excessive alkalinity. 



Velvoray 1 (vel^vo.ray) 

A high grade finishing oil made up of sulphonated 
vegetable oil combined with specially selected fats. 
Compatible with all materials commonly used for 
finishing textiles. Will not foam, smoke or oxidize. 
Imparts no rancid odor, Gives body and has 
emulsion stability. Widely used to add a silky 
softness to all types of fabrics. 

Velvo Softener (vel/. v o ) 
A highly sulphonated tallow in the form of a 
creamy while paste, easily dispersed in water. 
Used in general finishing of all types of textile 
fabrics. Will not "smoke off" or change color in 
lngh temperature operations such as calendering 
or drying. Has no effect on light fastness of colors. 



Strategically placed warehouses plus 
company owned trucks add up to fast 
dependable delivery, every time. 





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^ / CHEMICAL 
CARLTON HILL 



COMPANY 
NEW JERSEY 



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